Mitt Romney Robocall Hits Obama's 'Revenge' Remark

Mitt Romney has been going after President Barack Obama's remark that "voting is the best revenge," frequently bringing it up in the final week of the campaign.

A new robocall by the Romney campaign continues to hammer the president on the comment, simply playing it back paired with Romney's Saturday response:

NARRATOR: This is Mitt Romney on the campaign trail yesterday.

ROMNEY: The president said something you may have heard by now that may surprise a lot of people. He told his supporters --

OBAMA: Voting is the best revenge.

ROMNEY: Voting for revenge? Vote for revenge? Let me tell what I'd like to tell you -- vote for love of country.

The call was received by a voter in Fairfax, Va., and passed along to The Huffington Post by Shaun Dakin of StopPoliticalCalls.org.

The Romney campaign has released a torrent of anti-Obama robocalls in the final days of the campaign, including one that tells Christian voters he poses a "real threat to our religious freedom."

Listen to the Romney "revenge" robocall:


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